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Table Of Contents; Accessories; Introduction - Panasonic AW-VF64N Operating Instructions Manual

4" crt viewfinder

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Contents
Accessories .......................................... 5
Introduction ........................................... 5
their functions ................................. 6
How to install ........................................ 7

Accessories

Mounting base ....................................... 1
Mounting base screws .......................... 2

Introduction

 This 4-inch CRT viewfinder is designed to be used with a convertible camera (such as
the AW-E350, AW-E650, AW-E655, AW-E750 or AW-E860).
 The studio SDI card (AW-PB506A) or studio card (AW-PB305A) is required in order to
attach the unit to the convertible camera.
Notes
 The AW-VF64 cannot be installed to the following models;
AW-E300, AW-E300A, AW-E300S, AW-E600, AW-E800, AW-E800A, AW-RP605,
AW-PB605
 The ranges within which the operation of this unit is guaranteed are as follows:
Supply voltage:
Ambient temperature: +32°F to +104°F (0°C to +40°C)
These ranges are more limited than the guaranteed operating ranges of other
convertible cameras.
Ensure that the unit is used within the ranges given here without fail: otherwise,
trouble may result.
 Do not connect or disconnect the EVF connector while the unit's power is still on.
Doing so may result in viewfinder trouble.
 Noise may interfere with the pictures shown if the unit is used in a location with strong
electrical or magnetic fields, such as near the transmitting antenna of a TV, radio
broadcast station, or near a motor.
 When the viewfinder unit is to be discarded at the end of its service life, ask a
specialized contractor to dispose of it properly in order to protect the environment.
How to detach the hood ....................... 9
Appearance ......................................... 10
Specifications ..................................... 11
10.5 V to 15.0 V
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